Wednesday, December 26, 2001, Chandigarh, India


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102 donate blood at camp
Our Correspondent

Chandigarh, December 25
As many as 102 donors donated blood at a blood donation camp organised by Sri Brahman Sabha at Bhagwan Parshu Ram Bhawan, Sector 37-C, today.

The Multiple Council Chairman of the International Association of Lions Club, Dr N.K. Grover, inaugurated the camp. A team of doctors from PGI conducted the camp.



NPS, Satluj school trounce opponents
Our Sports Reporter

Chandigarh, December 25
Satluj Public School, Sector 4, Panchkula, and New Public School, Sector 18, Chandigarh, outplayed their respective opponents, MRA School, Sector 27, by 190 runs, and DC Model school by 10 wickets, respectively, in the Second Satluj Cricket Tournament played here today at the Satluj school grounds, Panchkula, near here.

Brief scores: first match: Satluj school: 265 for three (Nitin Mehtani 80, Tejwinder Gill 52, Karan Sharma 47 n.o., Rahul Kamboj 39, Ishwar 2 for 31); MRA school; 75 all out (Ishwar 22, Nitin Mehtani 3 for 17, Ashutosh 3 for 12, Karan Sharma 2 for four).

Skating championship

Jyotika and Manjeet won the titles in the rink race I and inline section of boys and girls sections, respectively, of the Chandigarh State Roller Skating Championship which began here today at Bhavan Vidyalaya, Sector 27. Other results: rink race: 1: boys (below-six year): Samrath 1, Divyansh 2; (six to eight year): Paras 1, Vipin 2, Karan 3; (eight to 10 year): Sachin 1, Bharat 2; (10 to 12 year): Gulrajan 1, Abhishek 2, Anant 3; (12 to 14 year): Amber Gill 1, Amandeep 2, Vijjat 3; (above-14 year): Mridul 1, Puneet 2, Ankur 3; Inline: (above ó 14 year): Kapi 1,Gaurav2. girls: (below-six year): Nupur1, Apurva 2; (10 to 12 year): Devyansh 1,Gurleen 2, Divya 3; (12 to 14 year): Kriti 1, Shakun 2, Chetna 3.

Rink race II: (six to eight year): Shivam 1, Paras 2, Karan 3; (eight to ten year):Manjeet 1, Bharat 2; (10 to 12 year): Gulsagar 1, Abhishek 2, Gulrajan 3; (12 to14 year): Amber Gill 1, Vijjat 2; girls ó (eight to 10 year): Jyotika 1, Mehak 2, Neyhal 3; (10 to12 year): Devanshi 1, Suraman 2, Harveen 3; (12 to 14 year): Chetna 1, Shakun 2; (above-14 year): Manisha 1, Jasleen 2.

Cricket tournament

Yadavindra Public School, SAS Nagar, and Greenfield School surged ahead in the S Manohar Singh Majithia Memorial, Mohali Inter-school Cricket Tournament which was inaugurated this morning by Mr Daljit Singh, chief coach, Punjab Cricket Association. YPS defeated Shivalik Public School, Sector 41 by 147 runs while Green field outclassed Sant Ishwar Singh School by eight wickets.

Brief scores; first match: YPS,SAS Nagar: 263 for six (Birinder 89, Balwinder 30, Saby 2 for 37; SPS-41: Karandeep 21, Amandeep17, Bikram Dhillon 2 for 13, Harneet 2 for 18.

Second Match: Ishwar school: 71 all out (Manpreet 33, Alok 4 for 24, Pankaj 2 for 13); Green Field: 75 for two in 12 overs 9 (Ram Kumar 11).

St. Johnís challenger cricket

YPS, SAS Nagar, registered a one-run victory over St Johnís High School, Sector 26, in the second St Johnís Challenger Cricket Trophy-2001 played here on Tuesday. In the under-16 section, Hansraj School, Panchkula, outplayed St Josephís High School-44 by eight wickets while St Johnís High, School-26, also had a one-run win over YPS, SAS Nagar, in another under-16 tie.

Jal cup cricket

Godrej Cricket club beat Jupiter Cricket club by 95 runs in the VIIth Jal Cup cricket tournament played here on Tuesday at the DAV College, Sector 10.

Brief scores; Godrej CC: 228 for six (Lakhbir Singh 71, ArunTuli 65, Rakesh Jolly 33, Bhageshwar Bisht 29, Gurinder Saini 3 for 36, Inderjeet 2 for 50); Jupiter CC: 143 all out (Rajesh Patha 50, Lalit Joshi 20, Lakhbir Singh 4 for 27, Amit Kakria 2 for12, Amit Uniyal 2 for16).


The UT Administrator Lieut-Gen J.F.R. Jacob (retd) celebrated Christmas with 24 football trainees at the Chandigarh Football Academy, Sector 42 on Tuesday. The boys were served cake and snacks on this occasion. Jacob advised the boys to concentrate on study along with sports. Mr M Ramsekhar Director Sports, UT, and many other officers of the UT Administration, were also present on the occasion.

Ball badminton meet

Government College, Sector 46, Chandigarh, defeated DM College, Moga, 29-3, 29-8, while DAV College, Sector10, Chandigarh beat PEC, Chandigarh, 29-7, 29-4 in the Panjab University Inter-College Ball Badminton Tournament played here on Tuesday at the grounds of PU campus.


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